Overview of 2003 Coconino County Jane Doe
Deer hunters found the body of the victim lying face down in a wooded area off Devil Dog Road about one mile South of Interstate 40 and six miles West of Williams, Arizona. This area is a popular entrance into the Grand Canyon National Park. The victim died from a single blow to her head and was likely killed someplace other than where her body was discovered. Autopsy reports indicate she had eaten approximately 1 to 3 hours prior to her murder. She had pneumonia in the right lung and there was some evidence of heart disease. Results of an isotope test indicates the victim could have spent her formative years in Central Europe, possibly Vienna, Austria, and spent the last decade of her life in Western France, possibly near Paris.
Estimated Date of Death: 3 days to 2 weeks State of Remains: Decomposed Cause of Death: Blunt-force trauma to the head
Dentals: Available. Extensive dental work worth $20,000 - crowns, bridge work -- in excess of $20,000. Tooth# 14 has porcelain fused to a metal crown, a root canal was performed on tooth #14 sometime after the crown was placed, tooth #15 has a full gold crown, three unit fixed partial denture [bridge] in the back lower right side of mouth, the bridge abuts tooth #28 on the mesial and covers over or replaces tooth #29 and #30 with either tooth #31 or tooth #32 on the distal abutment. Fingerprints: Available DNA: Available
Clothing: None. Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The Doe Network Case Number: 411UFAZ